A typed transcription of the Falmouth, Maine official record. Book Two, 346 pages, covers town business from April 1728 to June 1773. Grouped listings of vital events and lot layouts are also included in this volume. Sections:
Lot layouts, p.1
Regular town business warnings and meeting minutes, p.21
Publishments and marriages, p.34
Lot layouts, p.81
Regular town business warnings and meeting minutes, p.99
The Town of Falmouth is today in the jurisdiction of Cumberland County, Maine. When these records were produced, it was within the bounds of York County, Massachusetts. The present-day City of Portland was within Falmouth during this record period. For reference; Cumberland County formed November 1760 and Maine became a state in 1819.
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Book 3 is not available because it was lost during a fire on October 6, 1849. Details about this incident appear in the Oct. 9 issue of the Portland Advertiser.